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Axis II - Thematic Projects

Asse II


Axis II – Thematic Projects – is co-funded by the European Regional Development Fund (ERDF) with a total budget of 825 million euro. Axis II aims at strengthening research infrastructures and the capacity to develop excellence in research and innovation as well as promoting the creation of competence centres, in particular those of European interest. Axis II is built around 3 Actions.

Action II. 1 Research Infrastructures

The aim is to enhance existing research infrastructures for the implementation of projects covering one or more domains of the European Strategy Forum on Research Infrastructures and having a significant impact on the trajectories defined in the NSSS.

Notice for the Granting of Funding Aimed at Strengthening Research Infrastructures

Action II. 2 Clusters 

The objective is to support industrial research and experimental development projects covering the 12 Specialization Areas identified in the NRP 2015-2020 and in line with those identified by the NSSS.

Call for the Submission of Industrial Research and Experimental Development Projects in the 12 Specialization Areas Identified by the NRP 2015-2020

Action II. 3 Key Enabling Technologies (KETs)

The objective is to support research and innovation projects developed in the 12 Specialization Areas identified by the NRP 2015-2020 and focusing on Key Enabling Technologies - KETs through the activation of the Fund of Funds financial instrument and the implementation of international cooperation projects in highly strategic industrial sectors (ECSEL initiative).

Notice for the Granting of a Fund of Funds for Research and Innovation

ECSEL Call 2018

ECSEL Call 2017

ECSEL Call 2016

Action II.4 Necessary investments to strengthen the capacity of the overall health services to respond to the crisis caused by the epidemiological emergency 

Action II.5 Actions to secure facilities, also through the diffusion and enhancement of digital devices and services to support teaching and research

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